Warner Bros. TV officially anointed former Fox honcho Peter Roth president of the TV studio, replacing Tony Jonas, whose No. 2, exec VP of creative affairs Gary Levine, promptly resigned Tuesday.
A morality play disguised as horror, this three-part miniseries should win over a few remaining Stephen King holdouts while reinforcing the devotion of legions of fans.
South African television station M-Net has struck a long-term output deal with Warner Bros. Intl., which gives the pay channel exclusive first access to all Warners movie products.
The affecting nature of Jimi Hendrix, 30 years after his international arrival, finds a bigger and bigger circle every time an attempt is made to define the boundaries of his influence. In this…
The Academy Awards on March 21 will break the seven-figure barrier for a 30-second Oscar broadcast ad, and Marv Goldsmith, president of sales and markets for ABC TV Network, knows why.
Director Julie Dash's tribute to the strength of family ties is a bittersweet treat that borders on the maudlin but perseveres thanks to solid performances by its leads, Loretta Devine and Alfre…
"The '60s" has given NBC a warm, nostalgic flashback to the kind of dominance the Peacock enjoyed over the previous three seasons.
Monday's childbirth episode of "7th Heaven" has delivered the highest house-holds results in the history of the WB netlet, a 7.3 rating, 11 share.
The Fox Kids Network/Fox Family Channel kidvid machine Monday unveiled a 1999-2000 production slate of 19 new skeins and more than 600 original half-hour segs highlighted by animated fare featuring…
Cinar Corp. announced Monday that it has acquired the film library of Leucadia Film Corp. of Salt Lake City, including 12 family features.
Playing catch-up with ESPN in the pan-Latino sports programming stakes, Fox Sports Latin America is set to launch a localized service for Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.
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